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LINGUIST List 20.4178

Mon Dec 07 2009

Calls: History of Ling/Russia

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Dmitry Piotrovsky, 12th International Congress of the History of Language

Message 1: 12th International Congress of the History of Language
Date: 06-Dec-2009
From: Dmitry Piotrovsky <ICHoLS-XII.Saint-Petersburghotmail.com>
Subject: 12th International Congress of the History of Language
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Full Title: 12th International Congress of the History of Language
Short Title: 12 ICHoLS

Date: 28-Aug-2011 - 02-Sep-2011
Location: St Petersburg, Russia
Contact Person: Dmitry Piotrovsky
Meeting Email: ICHoLS-XII.Saint-Petersburghotmail.com

Linguistic Field(s): History of Linguistics

Call Deadline: 01-May-2010

Meeting Description:

The 12th International Conference on the History of Language Sciences, (ICHoLS
XII) will be held at the State University of Saint-Petersburg from 28 August to
2 September 2011.

The International Congress on the History of Language Sciences has taken place
every three years since 1978. Previous venues have been Ottawa, Lille,
Princeton, Trier, Galway, Washington, Oxford, Fontenay-St. Cloud (Paris), São
Paolo-Campinas, Urbana-Champaign and Potsdam.

First Call for Papers

Papers relating to any aspect of the history of language sciences are welcome.
Besides focusing on diverse topic areas ranging from antiquity to the
contemporary history of linguistics and from individual case studies to
methodological considerations, we would like to draw your attention to the
relationships between history and the methods of present-day linguistics.
Opportunity will also be given to present computer-aided projects. We
particularly encourage young scholars to submit a paper proposal.

Abstracts: abstracts must be received electronically by May 1, 2010 at
ICHoLS-XII.Saint-Petersburghotmail.com. Abstracts should be no longer than 350
words, including data and references (if any) and must be submitted as both .doc
and .pdf documents.

The email message must include the following information: author's name(s),
affiliation, email address, and title of the paper. The selection of papers
for presentation will be announced by December 1, 2010.

Further information about keynote speakers, registration fee and accommodation
will be posted on the Conference website (now under construction) at a later date.

Organizing Committee:
Ludmila Verbitskaya, President (St. Petersburg State University), Vladimir
Alpatov (Russian Academy of Sciences), Anders Alqvist (The University of
Sydney), Alexander Asinovsky (St. Petersburg State University), Sylvain Auroux
(Laboratoire d'Histoire des Théories Linguistiques), Sergey Bogdanov (St.
Petersburg State University), Alexander Bondarko (Russian Academy of Sciences),
Gerda Hassler (Universität Potsdam), Vadim Kasevich Vice-President (St.
Petersburg State University), Yuri Kleiner (St. Petersburg State University),
Konrad Koerner (Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft), Sergey Krylov
(Russian Academy of Sciences), Patrick Seriot (Université de Lausanne), Vladimir
Mazhuga (Russian Academy of Sciences), Dmitry Piotrovsky, Secreatry (St.
Petersburg State University)

The abstracts should not exceed 350 words, plus the author's affiliation and

We request that you submit your proposals for papers with the respective
abstract by 1 May 2010 as e-mail attachment (Word file) to the following e-
mail address:
Suggestions for individual thematic workshops are welcome. In this case the
organizers are requested to contact the organizers by March 2010.

If it is not possible for you to submit your proposal by e-mail, please send
your abstract to the following postal address:
Dr. Dmitry Piotrovsky
Secretary ICHoLS XII
Department of General Linguistics
State University of St. Petersburg
11 Universitetskaya nab.
199034 St. Petersburg
Fax: +7 812/328-9510

An international panel of referees will select the papers to be presented at
the conference. Final selection will be made by November 2010; notification of
acceptance will be sent in December 2010.

Information about the conference will be available at the ICHoLS XII Site (at
present, under construction).
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